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I liked this better when it had the Spider-man 3 poster. lmao.
I'm sure I'm not the first but: Wrong movie poster bro
I'm still getting a Green Lantern vibe from these trailers
Not feeling the cast at all...Don't get this bandwagon Nolanization of everything FUN...don't like the Edward hairdo on Peter Parker, and the costume looks like a gay, European street luge body suit, created for a team sponsored by Marvel in a mountain Dew commercial in 2015.
@ Daniel Spady
I kinda agree, but his acting at times was AWFUL! That mirror scene was complete udder bullshit. But when he was the Green Goblin, he wasn't that bad.
More. standup comedy by Corey. =)
More threatening then Green Goblin?!?!
The dude with a glider and a bag of explosives, that put Aunt May in the Hospital? That was literally insane!! That mirror scene with Willem Dafoe will allways be a classic for me. I have yet to see a enemy of spiderman better portrayed then the Willem Dafoe Green Goblin. But I look forward to being surprised
Yes he looks like a bug. Issent that the point?
I agree with you Korey, you can't do a realistic spider-man. And further more, you can't don't a Christopher Nolan Superman. And people always ask me why ?, CAUSE A 140 POUND MAN IS FLYING AROUND HOLDING A GOD DAMN SKYSCRAPER, HOW IS THAT REALISTIC !!!!!
Another thing that might be worth mentioning is that ASM was shot entirely with 3D cameras and all the special effects were made for 3D viewing so viewing them in 2D might make them look a bit off. From what I hear, seeing the trailer in 3D is a whole different experience. (also I don't think it needs to be said that I'm absolutely looking forward to this movie)
As for wisecracking during fighting: it's an essential Spider-Man element. Just like how Peter Parker being a genius is a crucial element to the character, it's just not Spidey without the wisecracks. That's how he fights. It's both a coping mechanism and a strategy. Plus, it's really not that hard to film a fight scene with dialogue. As examples, I'd list Mr. and Mrs. Smith (particularly the scene where they're destroying their house), the first fight between Neo and Morpheus in the Matrix (the "stop trying to hit me and hit me" scene), the Spectacular Spider-Man cartoon (which yeah, it's animation but it's still a good example of how you can continue a fight scene while having snarky dialogue), and so on. I'm sure you could go through your library of comedic action movies and find at least a couple examples of fight scenes where the combatants are having a back-and-forth conversation.
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